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  1. I've seen the NEX and Sony RX1/100 threads here and thought I'd start something similar for M43. The background is that until late last year I shot my stock (mainly travel) exclusively on a DSLR kit comprising D700 with 35-70, 18-35 , 70-300VR lens and 35 & 50 primes - all up weight just over 3KG. But age is creeping up on me and I wanted something lighter and less conspicuous for family holidays (one of those sad individuals that see's family holidays as stock opportunities). I looked at the small Nikon DSLRs but found the viewfinders like tunnels and so after some thought plumpe
  2. Hi How many of you use Micro Four Thirds systems for your stock work? After a bit of a photography hiatus (having kids plus starting a demanding job) I got back into it a few months back. I bought Lumix GF5 as I got a really good deal on it, and I am finding it a great system as it is so small and discreet yet very good image quality (to my eyes). Now considering a GX1 as the prices are going down with the imminent release of the GX7. How many of you use this type of system? What are your views and Lens recommendations. I am using the Kit lens 14-42X powerzoom and the 45-150 telephoto.
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